CDT Series

CDT Series

Complex Conic Horns with CoEntrant Driver

CDT Series horn/driver assemblies combine two significant breakthroughs in acoustical design. Complex Conic horns maintain constant directivity over a wider beamwidth, and our patented CoEntrant transducer is the first new approach to converting electrical energy into acoustical power since the compression driver.

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CoEntrant Topology (U.S. Pat. 5,526,456)
Integrates a midrange cone and HF compression driver into a true point source with inherent time-alignment.

Complex Conic: The Next Step in Horn Evolution
Complex Conic horns provide superior pattern control and more natural sound; may be rotated 90º.

High-Frequency Compression Driver
Provides crystal clear highs from 1800 Hz to18 kHz.

Eight-Inch Mid-Range Cone Transducer
Easily extends response down to 350 Hz with low distortion.

Weather Resistant Design
Sealed driver enclosure and weather resistant cone offer maximum protection from the elements.

Choice of Coverage Patterns
Choose between 90º by 40º, 60º by 40º , 60º by 60º and long throw 40º by 40º designs

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Renkus-Heinz Brings Compact, Consistent Audio to Oslo Airport’s T2
Renkus-Heinz Brings Compact, Consistent Audio to Oslo Airport’s T2

Olso, Norway | February, 2017 - "The response from the airport operator has been extremely positive. They are impressed by the quality, and have made particular mention of the ability to cover very large areas with what is a relatively small number of speakers given the size of the terminal. It's a testament to the quality and consistency of the Renkus-Heinz range, and its ability to cope with all kinds of install environments." - Thomas Opheim, Caverion

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Jason Mraz and Renkus-Heinz Thrill Crowd at  Augusta Riverwalk Revival
Jason Mraz and Renkus-Heinz Thrill Crowd at Augusta Riverwalk Revival

Augusta, GA | September, 2016 - Friends With Benefits is a nonprofit organization that produces concerts to benefit local charities, raising more than $100,000 in the past year alone. Every April, in downtown Augusta, the organization puts on a concert called The Major Rager, and it also offers a popular series called The Riverwalk Revival. The shows are held at the lovely Jessye Norman Amphitheater, adjacent to the Augusta Commons on the shore of the Savannah River, and they are recorded and webcast.

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